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Feb 9, 2012

True. The PHB might realise he is wrong, but will never admit to it. He will, instead, blame Dilbert.
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Feb 9, 2012
@dilbertlicious: I suppose it means you need to give carte blanche to the CEO, President to ridicule you, lambast you, come scream in your face for not having your project done yesterday even though you won't receive the requirements until tomorrow, extreme micro-management of even the lower tier employees, and are expected to work 80-120 hours a week for 40 hour work week pay.

(disclosure - my post is based on old information about the start-up of apple.)

Interesting. It may now mean that your company wants to have its own secret police, constant paranoia, and potential inability to work with teams due to secrecy kept within one group or another. http://gizmodo.com/5877213/working-at-apple-is-brutally-insane-and-awful
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Feb 9, 2012
@dilbertlicious: "We need to think more like Apple" = "It's time to put out another Abbey Road Album."
Feb 9, 2012
I am hearing this management buzzword a lot more than before now:
"We need to think more like Apple"
Does anyone actually know what this means?!? That really grinds my gears
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Feb 9, 2012
The last panel made today's strip totally unbelievable. Imagine a PHB admitting he/she didn't realize they didn't understand something. In reality, Dilbert would have been ridiculed for not knowing what the PHB meant. I wish I could live in the comics sometimes! :)
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